JQuery :: Rebinding Click Events After AJAX Still Doesnt Work?
Mar 25, 2011
I have an Ajax post that gets 100 records. That runs a callback function called Update(data.d) that loops through and populates a Div container with these records each in their own Div with numbered IDs. (It also removes old Divs so that there are never more than 100 n the container. During this loop I register the click event for each <a> called'Like':
i have a set of select fields, which when selected, send a value via ajax, to return a sub-selection for further choice. I have 3 levels of sub-categories like this. For some reason it works in FF only - not IE. [URl]..
I wanna create a functionality where on clicking a (minus) button a div show slide up and and the image should change to (plus). Again on clicking the plus button. the content div should slide back out
I'm relatively new to JQuery and am having troubles trying to get two functions to work together. I have a pagination function and a modal dialog function. Each one is triggered by different anchor tags. My troubles happen whenever one function is triggered, the other function can not be triggered anymore. If I trigger the modal dialog, the pagination function can't be triggered, and when the pagination is triggered first, the modal dialog no longer triggers. I've tried to use .die() and .unbind() on the click events for the opposing function. That seems to work only once. then the opposing function can no longer be triggered. I think I am on the right path, just need to have some guidance on where I'm going wrong.
I've tried searching for this under the forums — and maybe it's because I just am using the wrong terms — but I cannot find any answers around this. Here's the skinny:
I've got a listener for click events from links in DIV #1 in the loaded document, and when a user clicks on one of those links, it passes a value to a .get() function and runs a simple AJAX call and dumps the data/html results into DIV #2.
After that click event, DIV #2 has a bunch of links in it, and I'm trying to traverse that dynamically assembled list and perform another .get() function based upon whatever link they click in DIV #2.
Based on the parameter passed from the link in the dynamically assembled DIV #2 box, it would run the .get() function and fill DIV #3 with the data/html results from that second AJAX call. The problem is that I can't seem to detect any sort of click event from the contents of DIV #2 aside from clicking on DIV #2 itself. I've tried the usual .children() to try and traverse down to where the inserted links would be, but that's not working (e.g.: $("#div2").children("a").click(); ). I've also tried .find(), filter() and .has() but it doesn't respond, as if there was nothing there.
I have a feeling it's something simple that I'm missing here; but I've no clue what I'm doing wrong. It seems that you should be able to traverse the DOM, even when you're essentially building it dynamically based upon a user's selection or an event within the DOM.
what I should be using to use to detect click() events from dynamically assembled elements? I know exactly what DIV they'll be sent to, I just can't seem to traverse anything with them when I'm dynamically inserting HTML into them.
it was working fine when i viewed it using my local host but when i uploaded it to the server it doesn't want to work anymore. i made sure all the files are in the proper folder and so on..still no progress. Then uploaded the original or "demo folder" i got from this site and it works, but my site doesnt. I combined 2 jquerys btw, one apycom jquery and one booklet jquery. Both works in local host but in my site, only the apycom works. pls help me out..[URL]...
Isnt it following two script is identical? but they seems to contradict in different browser.
I have this jquery code that for a normal browser allows you to have a sticky header. So by default it shows the content of the header wherever you want then as you scroll that header will then stay with you as you scroll. The problem is it doesnt work for an iPad. Can someone look at the code and see if there is something I can change to make this work on an iPad?
Code: // Fixed control bar var controlBar = $('#control-bar'); if (controlBar.length > 0)[code]......
I'm setting position left to 100% and it works except in Chrome/safari. These browsers set it about 100px from the left not 100%obj.css('left', '100%');Setting the css by itself <img src="" style="left:100%;position:absolute" works fine.I don't know if this is a browser problem or a jquery problem.
var SpnDisp = document.getElementById("SpnDisp");
var FName = TxtFName.value == "" ? "?" : TxtFName.value; var SName = TxtSName.value == "" ? "?" : TxtSName.value; var Age = TxtAge.value == "" ? "?" : TxtAge.value; var Loc = TxtLoc.value == "" ? "?" : TxtLoc.value;
SpnDisp.innerHTML = "Hello " + FName + " " + SName + ", " + "you are " + Age + " years old and " + "at the moment you live in " + Loc; } </script>
Using Firefox 3, trying to use a confirm box where it says ok or cancel. The box shows up to confirm ok or cancel but if I click cancel it doesnt seem to return false, it just goes to the link of the url set in href. Im including the js file in the page: